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  • Stern's Stingray is a classic of the late EM/early SS era. It features solid state scoring and a set of four chimes. Hit the saucers for a rotating award and build your bonus. Complete the drops to light specials, which are worth a significant 100,000.

    Download includes B2S, nvram for best home settings, and an underpublished ROM for tournament settings. More about the tournament settings here.

    Thanks to all the beta testers for helping me iron out the bugs. Thanks to cryptdoctor21 for his playfield work, of which I used the skeleton. Thanks to 32assassin for lamp assignment 52, which stumped me longer than it should have. Thanks to nFozzy/rothbauerw for your incredible work with vp physics.

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      bord
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      Stern's Stingray is a classic of the late EM/early SS era. It features solid state scoring and a set of four chimes. Hit the saucers for a rotating award and build your bonus. Complete the drops to light specials, which are worth a significant 100,000.

      Download includes B2S, nvram for best home settings, and an underpublished ROM for tournament settings. More about the tournament settings here.

      Thanks to all the beta testers for helping me iron out the bugs. Thanks to cryptdoctor21 for his playfield work, of which I used the skeleton. Thanks to 32assassin for lamp assignment 52, which stumped me longer than it should have. Thanks to nFozzy/rothbauerw for your incredible work with vp physics.

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      #151828
      Mike da Spike
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      Wow ! This already looks amazin!

      Too bad that I need to wait for tommorow to be at my cab.

      Thanks !

      #151834
      sheltemke
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      Those lights are incredible man. I wish i would have your skills. Amazing job thank you so much! :good:

      #151837
      ashleyb
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      Usual top quality from Bord!  Thanks!

      #151838
      LTA
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      Looks lovely, can’t wait to put it up on my cab tonight! Thanks so much!!!!!

      #151839
      Peter222
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      First-class quality (as usual) – thanks!

      #151841
      marie
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      Looks amazing, thanks for another beauty!!

      #151842
      rgarriott
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      Looks fantastic, yet another classic with that Bord touch. Thanks again.

      #151843
      Tom
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      This looks amazing.  I wish I had your skills for building these tables.  I was shocked by how few images were used.  You definitely have the technique mastered.  Looking forward to a tutorial or two Professor Bord!

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Tom.
      #151847
      bord
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      @armyaviation, I’ve been on a classic Stern kick since picking up a Meteor to play at home last month. Stingray specifically: I love the art, colors, chimes, difficulty. The rules aren’t complicated but there is a big risk/reward if you set up the game for 100,000 specials on the drop targets. Originally I was just going to do some personal modding but once I finished Dracula I had a pretty good template to build Stingray up from scratch in Blender. I also liked the creative challenge of lighting the table, backglass and desktop view backdrop with an oceanside sunrise.

      Edit: this was a response to your original question which it looks like you amended. It was a fair question: why this game?

      • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by bord.
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      Tom
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      Well you do great work, thanks

      #151851
      kds70
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      @Bord … Boooooord :wacko: you´re keeping me away from work / restoring my real EBD playfield with those nice table releases.

      Thanks – back on vpin cab now :rose:

      VPin: Williams Time Warp Cabinet (1979), 4K playfield: 40" Iiyama X4071UHSU, backglass: 28" BenQ, Pin2DMD, Pincontrol 1, LEDWiz, leaf switches / buttons, nudging, tilt, plunger, 10 contactors / knocker, PC: Intel i5 2500k@4.5Ghz, 8 GB Ram, Zotac GTX 1070 Mini, Win10
      Real Pin: Eight Ball Deluxe LE (1982)

      #151852
      Schreibi34
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      What can i say without repeating myself over and over!

       

      Your stuff is absolutly top notch! Standing ovations for you and your team!

      1 user thanked author for this post.
      #151855
      -RpT
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      To echo everyone else here, you rock! Thanks Bord for another beauty!!

      #151857
      BeachBumTN
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      Another excellent representation of your skills – it looks incredible and love playing this table,. Thank you!

      #151859
      JR
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      Absolutely stunning!!  Thanks bord!   Can only imagine what you 4k people are seeing!!

      #151866
      Scottacus
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      Excellent as always!  You’ve got a Meteor at home now to go along with your Moulin Rouge?

      #151869
      bord
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      Darn things multiply! Always loved Meteor so I picked up a project last month. Definitely needs the boards re-pinned but is mostly working. Everyone in my house was relieved to have a 3″ flipper game. Apparently Moulin Rouge is too tough for them.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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      #151873
      Al Mundy
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      Thanks so much Bord! In 1977 and 1978 I played Stingray and Stern’s Memory Lane endlessly at the arcade by my high school. Your rendering looks and feels just as I remember. Your work is greatly appreciated!

      Pinball Is My Life

      #151875
      JR
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      I’m a huge sucker for undersea themed tables.  The work done on this is astounding.  Best saucers yet and the chimes!  …guessing they play the theme to Rocky at the beginning for no other reason then ..the heck of it.  The lighting, shadows.  I feel like pulling my PF screen out and hanging it on the wall.  That would allow me to replace it with a 4k.  Much like the backglass for L-man’s Scuba – fascinating to look at.  And this has disproportionately endowed four finger scuba babes!

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